condition: good fuel: other rv type: travel trailer size / dimensions: 19' title status: clean transmission: other
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1962 KenCraft Trailer - I bought this 6 years ago. Work had been done by the previous owner (some plumbing replaced with pex, new hot water heater, custom curtains, new flooring, new freshwater tank, new 7-prong connection, new deep cell battery). Since buying, I have replaced all 4 wheels/tires (new 10-ply radials - also new spare tire/wheel), bearings repacked 2 years ago, all plumbing is now pex, modernized the furnace to run off thermostat, stove drip pans rechromed, oven fixed (it works!), new kitchen faucet that allows taller items to be washed in the sink, valves in shower replaced last year, all windows pulled with new butyl tape and recaulked (including eyebrows), roof resealed and 2 coats of elastomeric paint applied, new roof vent in front, rear storage compartment rebuilt and resealed (from previous leak), sealer on J-rail at all 4 corners dug out and new sealer applied, all new screening on windows/door, new regulator on propane tanks, new valves on propane tanks and new pigtail connections, new running lights, new tongue jack. I was getting this trailer prepared for a new paint job and have realized it's too big for just me. My loss is your gain! She pulls very well - handles well in the wind. I have a clean title. There's some rust on the trailer tongue and minor dents in the metal consisten with a trailer of this age.
Beautiful birch wood inside, original fixtures, battery lights have LED bulbs, original propane light fixture, 3-way refrigerator, Wedgewood stove, black water tank only, has full bath with separate shower, great storage, damaged wood in two front corners (pretty much hidden by curtains), no leaks, all systems work! It has been stored inside. This is vintage camping at its finest. Serious inquiries only.
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